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Eldridge talks health care, immigration, national security, energy with KASU News

In this congressional interview, Democratic challenger to U.S. Senator John Boozman Conner Eldridge talks with KASU's News Director Johnathan Reaves about the Affordable Care Act, his thoughts on immigration reform, national security, and environmental issues. Click on the Listen button to hear the interview.
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America's First Floating Post Office Delivers To Sailors

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Ah, 2012. You seem so long ago.

Back then, the economy was the star of the presidential election season, with more than 9 in 10 voters ranking it as Issue No. 1.

Voters worried about scarce jobs, expensive gasoline and a huge federal deficit.

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Julian Assange Sees 'Incredible Double Standard' In Clinton Email Case

Julian Assange says if the United States government sees him as a threat to national security, it should see Hillary Clinton as one, too.In an interview with Morning Edition's David Greene, the founder of WikiLeaks called the Department of Justice's decision not to prosecute Clinton for handling classified information on her private email server an "incredible double standard."Assange has been living in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for four years to avoid extradition to Sweden, where he...
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